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Looking for visual to show moves from group to group
reddit.com/r/PowerBI | 2021-04-13
Unfortunately, I think you will need to roll up your sleeves and do some coding, e.g., in NetworkX. Alternatively, you can look into loading your data into a professional tool, e.g., Neo4J, that comes bundled with some viz components.
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dev.to | 2021-04-01
As an AWS person, I became really interested in how I may take advantage of a an AppSync GraphQL API backed by a graph database. There are many great options to choose from, including things like Neo4j and ArangoDB which I hope to also try out sometime soon, but for this build I chose to use Amazon Neptune.
How do you actually code/build a KG?
reddit.com/r/KnowledgeGraph | 2021-03-26
You could start with a graph database like Neo4J : https://neo4j.com/
dev.to | 2021-02-08
It was while using Clojure with OrientDB, Datomic and Neo4J, that I started getting a feel for graph databases that weren't based on RDF and SPARQL. They are all very similar in many ways, and it occurred to me that I could build a graph rules engine that was abstracted from the database, only requiring an adapter for each type. With this in mind, I started building a new rules engine, with an initial adapter for Datomic.